Toshiba Announces 10.1-inch Tegra 2 Tablet

Tegra 2 aside, Toshiba has actually managed to cram in some pretty decent specs. Packing a 10.1-inch, 1280x800 display, the tablet boasts a 5-megapixel camera in the back and a 2-megapixel camera in the front. Also present is support for USB, HDMI, mini-USB, SD and interchangable back covers (which means, yes, you can a replace the battery yourself).

Toshiba has yet to name a price for this little beauty and there’s no word on a release date as the company is supposedly waiting for Android Honeycomb before launching the device. With no price or release date, it would almost be silly to have a name, so Toshiba hasn’t revealed that either, but hopefully we’ll get a peek at it at CES this week. Perhaps we’ll be able to charm some information out of the Toshiba crowd too!

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  • fonzy
    They are going to charge about the same as the Ipad (starting at $499)apparently he said in this video.About 2:25 in this video.

    Up Close with Toshiba's Android Tablet (CES 2011)
  • mman74
    Ooooo, I do believe that is the highest resolution display yet. With HDMI, USB, and with Honeycomb I think it might just have the beating of iPad 2.
  • im_caius
    Eh, as much as I hate apple.. they have the largest and most well-known app store.
    Androids is coming along but most people just want those free new games that come out all the time. And the simple (and limited) OS.